I have employed my muse, Mary, as a representative of the church. I intend to enshrine her like Dali did Gala. Did these churches that – Got Hot Fast Trump Money To Go – discuss their intentions with parishioners – first? This is a massive fucking bribe, a outrage that began with The Faith-based Initiative which I fought when Dick Armey helped get it into law.
Many Jewish groups are Zionists who are trying to convert Democratic Jews into Republican Jews. Trump moved the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem in order to please these groups – that are for taking Palestinian land! They subscribe to Dual Citizenship – and now they get U.S. Treasury Money!!!
Native Casinos got PPP loans which must have driven the Christians insane – behind closed doors. Now add – funding for the Arts! What are these three groups giving to We The People who paid their taxes? This blog and newspaper has focused on this question for fifteen years. I need to be funded – a whole lot!
Religious organizations across the U.S. have received at least $7.3 billion in federal rescue package loans, with evangelical leaders tied to President Donald Trump and megachurches tied to scandals pulling in some of the largest payouts.
Treasury Department data released Monday shows that religious organizations, ranging from nearly 10,000 Catholic churches to hundreds of Jewish groups, received 88,411 Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans since the program began April 3. Several churches affiliated with outspoken Trump supporters and close associates amassed at least $17.3 million in loans intended to help small businesses and nonprofits retain workers.
Included among the top loan recipients is the megachurch of pastor Robert Jeffress, who last year called Trump a Christian “warrior.” Another is City of Destiny, the Florida megachurch run until recently by White House spiritual adviser Paula White-Cain.
While tribes waited for the Trump administration to take action, they saw the original $349 billion set aside for the program run dry. The money ran out after just 14 days, indicating that Indian Country is facing steep competition as a second round comes in courtesy of the U.S. Congress. “It is great to see the SBA open the eligibility,” Dante Desiderio (Saponny), the executive director of the Native American Finance Officers Association, told Indianz.Com.